More than 23,000 people in 20 countries were asked about who they think actually creates 95% of the money in circulation and who they think should create most of the money.
When the Chancellor took office, he pledged to “reset” economic policy. And the Prime Minister, recognising the effects of the Bank of England’s policies on inequality, promised to bring about a “change”.
Positive Money Edinburgh local group ran a stall for the 3 days of the Scottish National Party (SNP) Conference in mid-October.
Abolishing debt-based currency isn’t a new idea, but it could hold the secret to ending our economies’ environmentally damaging addiction to growth, reads an excellent article in the Guardian, 5th Nov 2016. *